The Japanese luxury automaker Infiniti has a bit of a restyling in the works for their midsize Infiniti G37 lineup. With a much more pronounced front end and a new set of rollers. The more aggressive lines created by the new vents in the front bumper add a lot to the Infiniti’s appearance, taking it from a rather sporty luxury car and makes it into a strong enough figure that it could command traffic to get out of the way. Hopefully these new vents are there to flow a lot more air, perhaps for a set of GT-R like intercoolers, we can only hope. This refinement is a simple alternative to a complete model redesign and perhaps we will be seeing more of this type of treatment across the entire Infiniti lineup sometime in the near future.

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  (328) posted on 08.17.2011

hmm. I wonder on what will be the speed performance of the car? Well, I have to say that the decency of its styling is kind of captivating.

  (399) posted on 08.17.2011

Well, I really don’t think that modifying the front of car will makes the car to be more powerful! However, I was impressed with the successful production of this car.

  (449) posted on 07.14.2011

Recently, I haven’t heard any updates from the Infiniti and what production model are they working with. However, its a good thing that this car manufacturer have updated the styling of its front end it really look so aggressive with the modified look.

  (798) posted on 07.14.2011

Well, I ’m really impressed with the modified aerodynamic kit for this vehicle. The updated grille an rear lip of the car was great. And I would say that Infiniti G37 is quite a success.

  (238) posted on 06.15.2011

The good thing is that they have update the front end of this car. I would say that it really enhance the look of the car and its more appealing to my eye now. BTW, I just wonder on hwy they need to borrow inter cooler from the GTR.

  (449) posted on 03.4.2011

yeah, I agree with you. I don’t see a new car here, it’s still the same car that debut before. The styling of the interior is so familiar
. And I don’t get why they have only 8 to 10 more hp than the brand new 5.0? I think they need to upgrade their engine as well!

  (571) posted on 12.22.2009

They’ll need to do it to compete with other manufacturers that obviously gather necessary information and concept for their next car release. As for the Japanese , they will need a great assembly for their new concept to get the people’s interest.

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